hello,

i am trying to create a 2nd mst using InstallTailor. I need to use ISSETUPDRIVEN=1 as well but dont know what syntax to use
in InstallTailor. Help.

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InstallTailor is used to create response transforms for MSIs: there is no "syntax" to know.

Once you have your MST, go to 'Installation Expert' view, select the 'Properties' link, create the property ISSETUPDRIVEN and give it a value of '1'.
Answered 05/26/2010 by: VBScab
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I'm guessing that you want to create an MST with Install Tailor but you can't because you get the error about only running the installer from Install.exe - or what ever?

If this is the case create a basic MST with a table editor (Orca, InstEdit!) containing the ISSETUPDRIVEN=1 property. Run Install Tailor and point it to the MST you just created. Wise will then prompt you for the base MSI and the install should continue.

If thats not what you'r talking about I don't have a clue!


Tara!
Answered 05/26/2010 by: fuz_kitten
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I knew a guy who had a coffee cup with this written on it:
"Packagers do it from the command line"...
Not sure if that helps but I'm somewhat anecdotal this week
Good luck,
Al
Answered 05/26/2010 by: AB
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Tara,

thats correct.....i know how to use it in the command line but when i try to use issetupdriven=1 within install tailor it burps....
Answered 05/26/2010 by: y0da
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when i try to use issetupdriven=1 within install tailor How on earth are you doing that? There is no place for you to specify that in InstallTailor. Charlotte ('Tara' is an English exclamation as well as a name) already explained what to do.
Answered 05/26/2010 by: VBScab
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Do I win a mug or somthing?

Ta-ra! /said in a Northern accent.
Charlie
Answered 05/26/2010 by: fuz_kitten
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Surely that should be:

Do I win a mug, or summat?
Answered 05/26/2010 by: VBScab
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Make a copy of the MSI, edit it and set the property.
Create the transform using InstallTailor.
Apply the transform to the original MSI.
Answered 05/26/2010 by: AngelD
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